Reviewing the protection afforded by Article 8 ECHR in 2022, in conjunction with recent authorities and policy/statutory changes, in order to provide practitioners with a practical update on how to prepare their cases relying on family and private life.
The topics include:
• the relationship between Article 8 and the Immigration Rules and the public interest considerations in the NIAA 2002 (as amended);
• entry clearance applications;
• 'insurmountable obstacles' and family life;
• best interests of children;
• dependent relatives and carers;
• Article 8 and students/workers; and,
• Article 8 and appeals, including 'new matters'
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